BEATLES legends John Lennon and George Harrison were commemorated with a blue plaque unveiling .
The event was held at 94 Baker Street, London, the site of the now dissolved Apple Boutique clothing store.
In the 1960s it was owned by Apple Corps Ltd, a company formed by the band.
A previous plaque to John Lennon was already there, but has now been updated to also remember his band mate Harrison, who died in 2001.
The plaque was unveiled by Rod Davis, the banjo player in Lennon’s first band, The Quarrymen.
The event had been organised by The Heritage Foundation, whose president is former Allo Allo star Vicki Michelle.
The Heritage Foundation evolved from Comic Heritage and has been in its current form since the turn of the millennium. Its aim is to pay tribute to British talent who have either “brought or continue to bring pleasure and joy to millions of people worldwide, through their performances or technical skills in entertainment and sport”.
A number of commemorative events are held throughout the year while raising money for good causes through its charity ‘The Arts and Entertainment Charitable Trust’.